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Integration Association Law and International Law: The Correlation and Priority Issues

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  • L. N. Gumilev Eurasian National University, Astana, Kazakhstan

Abstract


Background/Objectives: The article substantiates the position that integration associations act as a special kind of international organizations with specific traits that characterize their legal status. Methods: The methodological basis of the research is formed by the method of comparative legal analysis, in which an attempt was made to identify issues of relations in different legal systems, based on a deep and comprehensive system analysis. Moreover, method of a systematic approach, synthesis method and predictive method have been applied. Findings: Integration association law is an independent type of legal system, which is formed by its qualitative parameters and legal characteristics based on the universally recognized principles and norms of international law and capable to influence the course of events and the evolution of the law. Within the framework of the proposed system, an international treaty is the foundation, the fundamental principle for the further development of new legal provisions governing inter-state cooperation. Research of essential characteristics which determine the mutual influence crossing the systems of international integration right is of key importance in this study. International law is a priority in the issue of establishing the relationship of integration association law and international law. Applications/Improvements: The main outcome of a reasonable combination both of international law and integration law standards should be the formation of special international structures capable of bringing participating states to a new level of economic and social interaction by coordinating efforts in the contemporary context of globalization.

Keywords

Correlation of the Integration Law and the International Law, Essence of Integration Law, Integration Associations, Integration Law, International Law, International Treaty.

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